On Saturday 16 July visitors to London’s West End will once again be able to indulge in mouth-watering cakes and teatime treats baked by teams from some of the capital’s biggest stage hits. As the tasty goodies are all being sold for a good cause, they will be guilt free.
The second West End Bake Off in aid of theatrical charity Acting For Others will be held at St Anne’s Church Courtyard London W1D 6AF from 11:00 to 13:00.
All money raised from the sale will go to support Acting For Others.
Pictures from last year’s event and more info can be found at www.westendbakeoff.com
Last year 14 West End shows took part and over £4,000 was raised. Dame Barbara Windsor and Christopher Biggins judged the competition with The Mousetrap, the world’s longest running show, lifting the trophy.
This year’s judges and participants will be announced shortly.
Acting For Others is the umbrella organisation that represents 15 UK theatrical charities and uses the funds it raises to offer emotional and financial support to members of the entertainment industry who have fallen on hard times through illness, injury or circumstance.
If you can’t make it to St Anne’s Church Courtyard on the day, you can still support Acting For Others by donating at its Just Giving page www.justgiving.com/ctcafo
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Date Published: 15 April 2016